Flight Paths

By Julian Larnach

16 — 24 Mar 2018

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A man falls from the sky! The lives of two Australians are changed forever. Flight Paths is a thrilling and humorous theatrical tale of international intrigue and welfare connecting Kenya, the UK and Australia. A sensational new play that will shake you up, turn you round and get you to see your world from a whole new perspective.

Think you can change the world? Choose your flight path.

  • A world premiere from Sydney’s dynamic newest theatre company
  • Must-see surprising, contemporary and entertaining theatre
  • A brilliant creative team led by award winning director, Anthea Williams
  • A fresh and talented cast
  • Strictly limited season

Politics, charity and good intentions are always messy and complicated. Two young adults head overseas with the objective to change the world for the better, but can they? Emily heads to the world’s largest slums in Kenya as a volunteer for a charitable NGO, Luisa to Oxford University in the UK, both full of passion, hope and enthusiasm. They soon realise that reality isn’t always what you signed up for.

Flight Paths is a world premiere play written by Sydney playwright Julian Larnach and directed by Anthea Williams, winner of the 2017 Sydney Theatre Awards for best direction (Hir, Belvoir).

Dates & Times
Friday 16th March at 7:30pm
Saturday 17th March at 7:30pm
Wednesday 21st March at 7.30pm
Thursday 22nd March at 6.30pm
Friday 23rd March at 7:30pm
Saturday 24th March at 2.15pm and 7.30pm

Please be aware that there is a lockout for this performance – entry after 10 minutes only and a total lockout after 15 minutes. 

Cast & Creatives


Richie Morris

Monica Kumar

Aileen Huynh

Airlie Dodds

Ebony Vagulans

Tom and Max
Brandon McClelland


Julian Larnach

Anthea Williams

Set & Costume Design
Jeremy Allen

Lighting Design
Verity Hampson

Sound Design
Michael Toisuta

Tessa Leong

Creative Futures
James Elazzi

Flight Paths was developed with Playwriting Australia at the National Script Workshop



★★★★ “A drama of big ideas. It is both original and ambitious.” Daily Review